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# Clue
1. Sheltered
2. Away from the wind
3. On the sheltered side
4. Helm position
5. Toward shelter
6. Sailor's word
7. Sheltered, at sea
8. Sailing word
9. Away from aweather
10. On the protected side
11. Seaman's word
12. Not aweather
13. Not windward
14. Order to the helmsman
15. Away from the sea winds
16. To the downwind side
17. On the quiet side
18. One way to put the helm
19. Term at sea
20. Wind-shielded
21. Farthest from the wind side
22. Skipper's "Hard ___!"
23. "Hard ___!"
24. "Hard ___" (skipper's order)
25. Protected, at sea
26. Positional word for seamen
27. In the direction of movement
28. America's Cup term
29. Sheltered, on a liner
30. To shelter, on a ship
31. Away from the ocean's winds
32. Mariner's term
33. To shelter
34. Away from the gales
35. Aweather's opposite
36. On the safer side at sea
37. Toward the sheltered side
38. Away from the ocean wind
39. Who is Peggy?
40. Protected at sea
41. Toward protection asea
42. Hard ___ (nautical term)
43. Windward's opposite
44. To shelter, at sea
45. Wind-sheltered
46. Tar's term
47. Antithesis of aweather
48. Word heard topside
49. Toward shelter, at sea
50. Sheltered on the Sargasso
51. Sailing direction
52. On a sloop's sheltered side
53. Peggy or Pinky?
54. Towards shelter
55. Boat's position
56. Shielded, in a way
57. Sheltered on the Red
58. Word in a log
59. Captain's "Hard ___!"
60. Helmsman's call
61. Sheltered from wind
62. Away from gusts
63. Opposed to aweather
64. Protected from winds at sea
65. Sheltered, as a sailor
66. Sheltered, on the briny
67. Ship's position
68. Nonwindy side
69. Tar's direction in a storm
70. Opp. of windward
71. Shielded, at sea
72. Toward shelter at sea
73. Aweather's antonym
74. Away from harm's way
75. On the safe side
76. Downwind, nautically
77. Out of the weather
78. Ship's direction
79. Sheltered, nautically
80. Out of the wind, on windjammers
81. Opposite of windward
82. Opposite of a weather
83. On the safe side?
84. Sheltered from the wind
85. Like one side of a ship
86. Toward shelter, nautically
87. Toward one side of a ship
88. Wheelhouse direction
89. Safe, on board
90. Toward the windless side
91. Out of the wind, nautically
92. Position at sea
93. "Hard ___!" (ship command)
94. One way to orient a boat
95. One way for a ship to turn
96. Downwind, at sea
97. How some ships turn
98. One way to turn at sea
99. Opposite of windward
100. "Hard ___!" (helm command)
101. "Hard ___!" (nautical cry)
102. Out of the wind, at sea
103. Avoiding the draft?
104. Salt's direction
105. Off the wind
106. "Hard ___!" (nautical order)
107. Way to direct a helm
108. On the calm side
109. Downwind, on a ship
110. Skipper's direction
111. "Hard ___" (ship command)
112. "Hard ___!" (sailor's yell)
113. Protected from the wind
114. Out of harm's way, in a way
115. One way to turn a ship
116. "Hard ___!" (captain's order)
117. Way to turn a ship
118. Toward the quiet side
119. Toward safety
120. "Hard ___!" (nautical command)
121. Way to turn while tacking
122. One way to turn a boat
123. Way to orient a ship
124. Tacking direction
125. Like the helm while tacking
126. Starboard, sometimes
127. Away from the wind, nautically
128. Nautically sheltered
129. On the sheltered side, at sea
130. Out of harm's way, perhaps
131. Adverb used by sailors
132. Protected from the gale
133. Sheltered, on ships
134. HARD ___!'
135. Avoiding the wind
136. Not to the wind
137. Sailing 101 word
138. Shelterward
139. Nautical shelter
140. On the downwind side
141. Toward the calm side
142. On the calmer side, at sea
143. On the safer side
144. Towards the sheltered side
145. Marine heading
146. On the calmer side
147. On the calm side of a Carnival, say
148. Sheltered, on a ship
149. Not aweather, on a ship
150. Aweather's counterpart
151. Sheltered from the storm
152. Away from the bluster
153. Away from the breeze
154. Hard ___! (captain's cry)
155. Boat's heading
156. Hard direction
157. Hard direction?
158. On the safe side, nautically
159. Protected, on board
160. Safely on the sea
161. Sailing term
162. Avoiding blows?
163. Hard follower, at sea
164. Less affected by gusts
165. On the calmer side of the boat
166. On the less blustery side
167. Dodging the storm
168. Out of the gale
169. Naval adverb
170. Adverb at sea
171. Downwind at sea
172. Opposite the wind
173. Toward calmer seas
174. Away from the gale
175. On the quiet side, for sailors
176. Helm location
177. Sheltered on the sea
178. Like the northern Antilles Islands vis-أ -vis the southern ones
179. On the less breezy side, at sea
180. Towards the sheltered side, at sea
181. Like the northern Lesser Antilles, vis-أ -vis the Windward Islands
182. Out of the teeth of the gale
183. Protected from buffeting
184. South, in a north wind
185. On the quieter side
186. Away from most of the blowing
187. Not being buffeted as much
188. On the calm side, at sea
189. On the lower side, in a heeling vessel
190. Protected from gusts
191. Hard __!: captain's command
192. Hard __!: sailor's cry
193. On the quiet side, at sea
194. Sheltered in the Aegean
195. Toward protection, at sea
196. Protected while sailing
197. On the safer side, at sea
198. Hard __! (captain's command)
199. Away from the salty spray
200. Downwind, for a ship
201. Dodging the draft?
202. Hard ___! (ship command)
203. Out of the wind
204. Hard ___! (helm command)
205. Hard ___! (nautical cry)
206. Hard ___! (nautical order)
207. Hard ___ (ship command)
208. Downwind
209. One way to turn
210. D-Ray, e.g.
211. Devil Ray or Blue Jay, for short
212. Last Olds made
213. Last Oldsmobile to be made
214. Justifiable basis for one's position
215. Art Deco architect William Van ___
216. Jewish leader?
217. Any pro designated hitter, briefly
218. Character in the Torah
219. Letter resembling an ox's head
220. Hebrew leaders?
221. Film director Keshishian
222. Barrel in a bar
223. Bass lover?
224. Onetime pickling liquid
225. Shalom ___ (Hebrew greeting)
226. Joltin' Joe, e.g.
227. Delicate needlepoint lace
228. A or O, but not B
229. Some starting help
230. Bass drum?
231. Leonov who was the first man to walk in space
232. Container in a 34-Down
233. Model ___ Wek
234. Cutlass successor
235. Last new Olds
236. Successors to Cutlasses
237. Smallest infinite cardinal number
238. Battle-torn Syrian city
239. Blue Jay but not Cardinal, for short
240. ___-null (the number of natural numbers)
241. War-torn Mideast city
242. Competitors of Grand Ams
243. Having perked-up ears
244. Opposite of aweather, to a sailor
245. Protected on a boat
246. Third-largest city of the later Ottoman Empire, surpassed only by Constantinople and Cairo
247. Late tsar Nikolaevich
248. A, on radio with the Coast Guard
249. Caine character
250. Coeur d'_____, ID
251. Old Testament character
252. Bristol brews
253. Beers in Britain
254. Anacin rival
255. Composer of the opera 'Prince Igor'
256. Early warning
257. Vega of 'Spy Kids' films
258. One of Franklin's electoral victims
259. Charles defeated him in 1998
260. Classic Sigourney Weaver film
261. Mallory Keaton's brother
262. Titicaca's range
263. Shielded from the storm
264. Arafat's beginning
265. What slow people have to shake
266. Hockey's Stojanov
267. Beth follows after it
268. Break _____! ("Perform well!")
269. Spirits are found here
270. Great Mosque site
271. Like a guard dog
272. Hebrew alphabet start
273. Like a good guard dog
274. Not foggy-headed
275. Coeur d'_____ , Idaho
276. Hebrew alphabet starters
277. Letter in Hebrew writing
278. Mentally responsive
279. One way to orient a ship
280. Steering clear of the draft?
281. Away form the wind
282. Safe course at sea
283. Toward the safe side
284. Guarded at sea
285. Sheltered from the weather
286. How a ship may be turned
287. Protected, nautically
288. Sheltered at sea
289. Avoiding gusts
290. Away from the storm, at sea
291. Toward the protected side
292. Away from the wind, on a windjammer
293. Away from weather
294. Opposite of aweather
295. To the protected side
296. Under shelter
297. Helmsman's word
298. Sea position
299. Hard ___ (skipper's order)
300. To the sheltered side
301. Away from the gusts
302. Sheltered, asea
303. Tar's direction
304. A as in Absalom
305. Letter before beth
306. Hebrew A's
307. Not into the wind
308. Heads up!, e.g.
309. Sheltered side
310. Direction at sea
311. Out of the elements
312. Nautical adverb
313. Out of the storm
314. Mariner's direction
315. Out of wind?
316. Protected, in a way
317. On the less windy side
318. To the sheltered side, at sea
319. Away from the storm
320. Hard ___! (helmsman's cry)
321. On the safe side, at sea
322. Helm side
323. Helm heading
324. Sheltered, in a way
325. A fixed star, in Medusa's head, in the constellation Perseus, remarkable for its periodic variation in brightness.
326. Hard ___
327. Nautical direction
328. On the quiet side?
329. Nautical heading
330. Protected
331. Downwind, to a sailor
332. Not in the wind
333. How the helm might be put
334. Sailor's direction
335. Main course?
336. Row (4)
337. Inflows (6)
338. Italian city reported taken by Tito (5)
339. Apple: Comb. form (4)
340. To leeward
341. Position of the helm
342. Not aport
343. On side farthest from windward
344. Farthest from windward: Naut
345. Opposite to the wind
346. On quarter toward which wind blows
347. Nautical term
348. Away from windward
349. Helmsman's direction
350. Member of a famous Virginia family: 2 wds
351. On the windless side
352. On the low side of a racing boat
353. Turn of a helm
354. "Hard ___!" (boat shout)
355. "Hard ___!" (captain's command)
356. "Hard ___!" (captain's cry)
357. "Hard ___!" (helmsman's cry)
358. "Hard ___!" (sailing shout)
359. "Hard ___!" (sailor's shout)
360. "Hard ___!" (skipper's cry)
361. "Hard ___!": captain's command
362. "Hard ___!": sailor's cry
363. "Hard" follower at sea
364. "Helm ___!" (captain's cry)
365. "Helm's ___!"
366. "Helm's ___!" (nautical cry)
367. "The Sailor's Bible" adverb
368. "The Sea-Wolf" adverb
369. 'Hard ___!' (skipper's command)
370. Adverb from Old English for "shelter"
371. Ahab's safe side?
372. America s Cup heading
373. America's Cup heading
374. Antonym for aweather
375. Antonym of "windward"
376. Away from gales
377. Away from harm
378. Away from salty wind
379. Away from the sea wind
380. Away from the storm at sea
381. Away from the weather
382. Away from the weather at sea
383. Away from the win
384. Away from the wind (naut.)
385. Away from the wind at sea
386. Away from the wind in sailing
387. Away from the wind nautically
388. Away from the wind on a ship
389. Away from the wind on a windjammer
390. Away from the wind on a yacht
391. Away from the wind on the water
392. Away from the wind on the waters
393. Away from the wind to a seafarer
394. Away from the wind to sailors
395. Away from the wind.
396. Away from the windy side
397. Away from wind
398. Away from wind for a ship
399. Aweather alternative
400. Aweather opposite
401. Boat direction
402. Boating position
403. Boating term
404. Boating term.
405. Boatman's tack.
406. Calm ship side
407. Captain's command
408. Captain's direction
409. Captain's heading
410. Captain's order
411. Captain's safe heading
412. Command at sea
413. Command to a helmsman
414. Craft's position sometimes
415. Cry heard at America's Cup "Hard ___!"
416. Direction in sailing
417. Direction of a ship
418. Direction on a ship
419. Direction used in the America's Cup
420. Downwind at sea
421. Downwind for a ship
422. Downwind nautically
423. Downwind on a ship
424. Downwind on the ocean
425. Downwind to a sailor
426. Downwind to sailors
427. Escape
428. Going with the (air) flow
429. Good direction to sail
430. Guarded
431. Harbor position
432. Hard ___ (direction to helmsman).
433. Hard ___.
434. Hard ___: sailor's alert
435. Hard follower at sea
436. Helm direction
437. Helm position.
438. Helmsman's side
439. Helmsman's term.
440. How a ship might turn
441. How a ship's sails may be positioned
442. In a quiet spot.
443. In a safe direction
444. In a safe place
445. In the direction of movement as of a glacier
446. In the direction of shelter
447. Leeward
448. Less affected by blowing
449. Like a sailor avoiding the draft?
450. Like the helm during tacking
451. Like the northern Antilles Islands vis-a-vis the southern ones
452. Like the northern Lesser Antilles vis-a-vis the Windward Islands
453. Luff ___ (order at sea)
454. Mariner's heading
455. Mariner's word.
456. Massage locale
457. Miracle Mets pitcher 1969
458. Missing the draft?
459. Nautical command
460. Nautical direction that avoids the wind
461. Nautical direction.
462. Nautical position
463. Nautical safe word
464. Nautical term.
465. Nautical word
466. Nautical word.
467. Nautically protected
468. Nautically safe
469. No-wind location
470. No-wind location nautically
471. No-wind nautically
472. Non-windy side
473. Nonwindy side nautically
474. Not aweather on a ship
475. Not aweather.
476. Not exposed to the wind.
477. Not in danger in a way
478. Not in the Pacific wind
479. Not in the windward side
480. Not on the windy side
481. Not threatened by the wind
482. Not toward the wind at sea
483. Ocean side?
484. Offering protection in a way
485. On sheltered side
486. On the calm side of a Carnival say
487. On the calm side at sea
488. On the calm side to a helmsman
489. On the calmer side of the ship
490. On the calmer side at sea
491. On the calmer side nautically
492. On the calmest side at sea
493. On the captain's good side?
494. On the helm side
495. On the less breezy side at sea
496. On the lower side in a heeling vessel
497. On the quiet side for sailors
498. On the quiet side nautically
499. On the safe side when sailing
500. On the safe side at sea
501. On the safe side nautically
502. On the safe side on a boat
503. On the sheltered side of a ship
504. On the sheltered side at sea
505. On the sheltered side nautically
506. On the sheltered side.
507. Onboard direction
508. One way to direct a helm
509. One way to turn a vessel
510. One way to turn the helm
511. Opposite of "aweather"
512. Opposite of aweather to a sailor
513. Opposite of aweather.
514. Out of harm's way
515. Out of harm's way in a way
516. Out of harm's way nautically
517. Out of harm's way perhaps
518. Out of the breeze
519. Out of the breeze.
520. Out of the storm nautically
521. Out of the storm.
522. Out of the weather as a yawl
523. Out of the wind at sea
524. Out of the wind nautically
525. Out of the wind on windjammers
526. Out of the wind.
527. Part of a marine command
528. Pilothouse position
529. Position on a ship
530. Protected from airflows
531. Protected from squalls
532. Protected from the elements as on a yacht
533. Protected from the wind in sailing
534. Protected nautically
535. Protected at sea
536. Protected in a way
537. Protected in boating
538. Protected nautically
539. Protected on board
540. Protected on the briny
541. Protected onboard
542. Protected to a sailor
543. Protected.
544. Provisions
545. Pub serving
546. Robert E. for one.
547. Safe direction at sea
548. Safe from the storm
549. Safe from wind
550. Safe nautical direction
551. Safe on the sea
552. Safe asea
553. Safe at sea
554. Safe nautically
555. Safe on board
556. Safe onboard
557. Safe onboard a ship
558. Safest nautical direction
559. Safety course?
560. Sailing term.
561. Sailor's "Hard ___"
562. Sailor's call.
563. Sailor's direction sometimes
564. Sailor's direction.
565. Sailor's heading
566. Sailor's term
567. Sailor's term.
568. Sailor's word.
569. Sea direction
570. Sea term
571. Seagoing term.
572. Seaman's direction
573. Sheltered from the wind nautically
574. Sheltered on a ship
575. Sheltered on the water
576. Sheltered as a sailor
577. Sheltered asea
578. Sheltered at sea
579. Sheltered in a way
580. Sheltered nautically
581. Sheltered on a liner
582. Sheltered on a ship
583. Sheltered on ships
584. Sheltered on the briney
585. Sheltered on the briny
586. Sheltered to a sailor
587. Sheltered to a salt
588. Sheltered to sailors
589. Sheltered.
590. Shielded from the wind at sea
591. Shielded at sea
592. Shielded in a way
593. Ship location
594. Ship's course
595. Shipboard direction
596. Ships position
597. Skipper's command
598. Skipper's order
599. Skipper's term.
600. South in a north wind
601. Starboard sometimes
602. Stern command?
603. Taking less blows?
604. Tar's adverb
605. Tar's term.
606. Tiller locale
607. Tillerman's heading
608. To shelter side
609. To shelter at sea
610. To shelter on a ship
611. To shelter on waves
612. To sheltered side
613. To the safe side at sea
614. To the safe side at sea
615. To the sheltered side at sea
616. To windward
617. To windward.
618. Toward protection at sea
619. Toward shelter at sea
620. Toward shelter nautically
621. Toward shelter to Popeye
622. Toward shelter to a sailor
623. Toward the safe side nautically
624. Toward the sheltered side at sea
625. Toward the side away from the wind
626. Towards the harbor
627. Towards the sheltered side at sea
628. What Lighthorse Harry was.
629. Wheel
630. Wheelhouse heading
631. Where a pirate waits out the storm
632. Where to wait out the wind
633. Wind protected
634. Wind-related nautical adverb
635. Windward
636. Windward opposite
637. Word shouted while tacking
638. Yachting direction away from the wind
639. Word to a helmsman
640. Safe, at sea
641. Craft's position, sometimes
642. Out of harm's way, nautically
643. Away from wind, for a ship
644. On the calmer side, nautically
645. On the quiet side, nautically
646. Sheltered, to a salt
647. Away from the wind, in sailing
648. Away from the wind, on a ship
649. Safe, asea
650. Protected from the wind, in sailing
651. Toward the sheltered side, at sea
652. Hard ___! (captain's order)
653. Hard ___! (nautical command)
654. Hard ___! (sailor's yell)
655. Away from 12-Down
656. Away from the wind, on a yacht
657. Away from the wind, at sea
658. On the sheltered side, nautically
659. Safe, nautically
660. Sheltered from the wind, nautically
661. To shelter, on waves
662. No-wind location, nautically
663. On the calm side, to a helmsman
664. On the calmest side, at sea
665. Sailor's direction, sometimes
666. To the safe side, at sea
667. Downwind, on the ocean
668. No-wind, nautically
669. Out of the storm, nautically
670. Sheltered at sea
671. Abba's opening
672. To the safe side at sea
673. 1st Hebrew letter
674. Hebrew starter
675. Hebrew letter
676. Vinegar
677. Coeur d'___
678. Tavern
679. First Hebrew letter (Var.)
680. Arafat's opening? (Var.)
681. Hebraic alphabet opener (Var.)
682. First Hebrew letter
683. Break ___! ("Good luck" on Broadway)
684. Coeur d'___, Idaho
685. Hebrew alphabet opener
686. Away from the wind, to sailors
687. Nonwindy side, nautically
688. Coeur d' ___, Idaho
689. Safe, onboard
690. All eyes and ears
691. Safe, onboard a ship
692. Hebrew alphabet starter
693. Protected, onboard
694. Away from the wind, on the waters
695. Last Oldsmobile ever made
696. Sour, fermented liquid
697. Bygone Olds
698. Hebrew leader?
699. Give ___ up
700. Sour brew
701. Sour condiment
702. Fashion model Wek
703. Soviet premier Kosygin
704. Pub container
705. Beth preceder
706. Shake ___!
707. Supermodel Wek
708. Break ___!
709. City of Syria
710. A, e.g.
711. Hebrew letter: Var.
712. Last Oldsmobile model
713. Old Olds
714. Beth's preceder
715. Hebrew leader
716. War-torn Syrian city
717. Bulletin
718. Batman's butler
719. Mr. Baba
720. Cover story?
721. Heady quaffs
722. Put on guard
723. =-- Romeo
724. Politico Landon
725. TV alien
726. Pub servings
727. Tylenol rival
728. Excedrin alternative
729. Sitcom alien
730. Brand of pain reliever
731. Bufferin rival
732. Med. nation
733. Puts on guard
734. ET of TV
735. Boxing's "Louisville Lip"
736. Adjust the wheels
737. Touches ground
738. Swiftly
739. The Greatest
740. Shake or break follower
741. Coeur d'_____, Idaho
742. Shake _____ (hurry)
743. Beth's predecessor
744. Hebrew letters
745. Oldsmobile model
746. On one's toes
747. Vigilant
748. Words after shake or break
749. Sound the tocsin
750. Start of the Hebrew alphabet
751. Shake ___ (hurry)
752. Notify of danger
753. Hard ___!
754. Helmsman's command
755. Shake it or break it
756. Something to shake
757. See 31-Down
758. Fermentation product
759. In the direction of movement, as of a glacier
760. Pأ´rto ___, Brazil
761. Bets follow them
762. To the sheltered side.
763. Toward the sheltered side.
764. Distilling apparatus.
765. Sour ale.
766. Imperial standard of Ottoman empire.
767. Spanish dance.
768. Sour liquid.
769. Not aport.
770. On side farthest from windward.
771. Opposite to the wind.
772. Position of the helm.
773. In office once held by Cardenas.
774. Mexico's President.
775. Opposite of a-weather.
776. Turkish imperial standard.
777. Away from windward.
778. Helmsman's direction.
779. Turn of a helm.
780. On the low side of a racing boat.
781. On the windless side.
782. First Hebrew letter.
783. Word to a helmsman.
784. Hebrew letter.
785. Malt vinegar.
786. On the quiet side.
787. One source of vinegar.
788. Skipper's call.
789. Give ___ up (help to advance).
790. Seaman's term.
791. Nautical position.
792. London pub.
793. To the windward side.
794. Have not ___ to stand on.
795. Arabic letter.
796. Hebrew alpha.
797. Robert E., for one.
798. Before beth
799. Hard __: sailor's alert
800. Skipper's call
801. Seaman's term
802. Hard ___ (direction to helmsman)
803. To the windward side
804. Seagoing term
805. Helmsman's term
806. Skipper's term
807. Boatman's tack
808. In a quiet spot
809. Not exposed to the wind
810. Mariner's word
811. wind
812. To the wind side